FoundationDB scores $17M to market and support its database

Tyler Olson clouds dollars money shutterstock_12004660

FoundationDB, a database startup that’s trying to bridge the SQL and NoSQL worlds, just closed $17 million in Series A funding to better market its product and support its current business users.

The round was led by Sutter Hill Ventures, with contributions from existing backers CrunchFund and angel investors.  Sutter Hill Managing Director Sam Pullara will join the FoundationDB board.

According to the statement accompanying the news: FoundationDB supports many data models — graph, document, key-value and SQL — with a collection of “open-source layers.”

In July, FoundationDB based in Vienna, Virginia, which was in the NoSQL camp, bought Akiban, a Boston-based startup along with its SQL expertise to further its goal of trying to get beyond the often-useless SQL vs. NoSQL debate. Terms were not disclosed.

You're subscribed! If you like, you can update your settings

Comments have been disabled for this post